From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.3+) Gecko/20010826 BuildID: 2001082606 The red box around the image overlapps the text Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.open the URL Additional comments: I tried to use composer to create a test case, but composer goes busy and does not completely load the page.
confirmed, trying to get a testcase..
No, not browser problem at all. They are using layers. Website problem. Over to tech evangelism.
I'm sorry, this time there are no layers in the code : <TABLE WIDTH="120" ALIGN="left" BGCOLOR="#0000CC"><TR BGCOLOR="#CC0000"><TD> <TABLE ALIGN="left"><TR><TD> <IMG SRC="http://www.mozilla.org/images/mozilla-banner.gif"> </TD></TR></TABLE> </TD></TR></TABLE> Any layers here ? Don't think so. Testcase will be attached shortly, see for yourself.
Created attachment 47174 [details] Testcase for mentioned URL. Some description available inside, but no evanglism there =(
moving -> HTMLTables and undoing OS damage...
17 years ago
The outer table's width is ok. That explains A) why the text is benath the 120px-line and B) the blue table background for the outer table. And the image isn't wider than the cell - that's exactly the problem.. On the contrary - I neither have a good explanation nor a good Summary for this effect.
Not fixed for me with N6.2.1 nor Mozilla 0.9.7. re-opening.
Oops, I thought this was an evangelism bug, this is why I have not tested it with a nightly build and re-opened it. If reopened by mistake (and Nightly build fixes the bug), please feel free to close again...
Build id 2002052508 on windows NT has this fixed. I checked also with 1.0rc3 but the original url displays wrong there. This has been anoying, and the site valuable - thanks.
wfm, and the image in the test case will not be 120px even though the table containing it has that width.